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This feature is extremely helpful in projects where time is not a luxury that you have. Webstorm will auto complete JS variables, keywords, methods, functions and parameters. Not only that, Webstorm can also offer completion from methods and functions that are in any external libraries or frameworks. See More
In today's day and age it is important not only to write code that works, but also code that is maintainable in the future. To make sure your code can be easily maintained, you must first be sure to make it is clean and tidy. This is the part where WebStorm really helps you, it automatically refactors your code by performing on it functions such as extraction of variables, moving files, inline variable extraction etc. All these make sure your code is clean and safe. See More
WebStorm has a powerful visual git tool, allowing easy commits, visual diffing, merging, push/pull, rebasing and inspecting the VCS history of a project. GitHub is supported natively - you can check out a project directly from GitHub. Other VCS systems are supported as well. See More
WebStorm includes a feature called Live Templates. Live Templates are predefined code snippets that can include variables. They're intended to increase productivity by reducing the amount of repetitive code that has to be written. See More
When you install WebStorm, it allows you to choose from other IDE's for it to base it's hot keys on. So if you are switching from another IDE it makes it a very easy transition and productivity is not adversely affected by having to learn new hot keys. See More
Seems like hotkeys assignment in Idea have no logical consistency. Like «F3» is usually next match, «Ctrl+W» - close tab, etc — they map to some different action by default. There is a good effort in making the IDE friendly for immigrants from other products: there are options to use hotkeys from Eclipse, and even emacs. But these mappings are very incomplete. And help pages do not take this remapping into account, rather mentioning the standard hotkeys. So, immigrants are doomed to using mouse and context menus (which are rather big and complex). See More
NetBeans is a free, GPL-licensed IDE. It can can run on any computer with a Java virtual machine. If a computer has a Java virtual machine (JVM), Netbeans can run on it. Netbeans can therefore run on a variety of operating systems such as Windows, *nix, and Mac OS. See More
NetBeans is a free, GPL-licensed IDE. It can can run on any computer with a Java virtual machine. If a computer has a Java virtual machine (JVM), Netbeans can run on it. Netbeans can therefore run on a variety of operating systems such as Windows, *nix, and Mac OS. Being open source means that developers can contribute changes to the code to have the IDE better serve them. See More
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